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Training Tips
April 2, 2024

Training Tip: Horse Refuses to Trot or Lope

Question: My horse is amazing on the ground and while riding until it comes to trotting or loping. She’ll crow hop and jump around with her ears laid back. She doesn’t try to bite, and she’s never been aggressive towards me. I’ve tried strengthening groundwork and that helped, but she’s started back up and it’s […]

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No Worries Club
April 2, 2024

Remembering Mindy: Collector’s Edition Journal

The spring edition of the No Worries Journal is a celebration of Mindy’s life. Clinton found the Australian Quarter Horse mare when he was a 19-year-old struggling trainer and she was just a weanling. Together, the two built Downunder Horsemanship and inspired the dreams of horsemen. Throughout the mega issue, Clinton chronicles Mindy’s life and […]

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Academy
April 2, 2024

Welcome 2024 Clinician Academy Students

Over the weekend, we welcomed an enthusiastic group of horsemen to the ranch. The 2024 Clinician Academy officially got underway yesterday morning with an orientation meeting led by Clinton and Professional Clinician Jeff Davis. The students, who hail from across the United States and Canada, are eager to learn and passionate about the Method. We’re […]

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Training Tips
March 26, 2024

Training Tip: Gain Experience By Riding a Variety of Horses

If you have a desire to be a great horseman, I encourage you to ride not only as many horses as you can, but a variety of horses. The more horses you ride, the more practice you get in the saddle. However, if you don’t ride a variety of horses, you run the risk of […]

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No Worries Club
March 26, 2024

Brush Up On Horsemanship Basics

If you have or are taking your horse through the Fundamentals level of the Method and are looking for a fun challenge and opportunity to finesse your execution of the exercises, check out the “Test Your Fundamentals” training tool. The in-depth video series is available to No Worries Club members and allows you to benchmark […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
March 26, 2024

Hello Spring Sale

Starting tomorrow, March 27th, we’re running a sale to help you say goodbye to winter and hello to spring! Save with fresh deals to give your horse a much-needed spa day, get prepared for fly season now, and grab a cap for sunny days spent in the arena or on the trail. The deals below […]

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No Worries Club
March 19, 2024

Training Tip: Teaching Your Horse to Confidently Tie

Before you teach a horse how to stand tied up, he has to be prepared for the experience, meaning that he knows how to soften and yield to pressure. I prepare my horses to be tied up by teaching them the Fundamentals groundwork exercises. When I’m confident that the horse understands that when he feels […]

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Walkabout Tours
March 19, 2024

California: We Want to Help Your Equine Nonprofit Organization

We’re looking for an equine-related nonprofit organization to join our team at the Rancho Murieta, California Walkabout Tour. At each tour stop, we work with our featured sponsor Ritchie Industries to select a local organization to run the Ritchie Charity Ball Toss, a contest in which spectators purchase tennis balls from the organization and toss […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App No Worries Club
March 19, 2024

The Importance of Warm-Ups Before a Training Session

The first 10 minutes Clinton gets on a horse, he focuses on nothing but seeing where the horse is at for the day and working on making sure the horse is soft, supple and relaxed. “There’s not a whole lot you can accomplish with a horse when he’s not mentally or physically prepared for a […]

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Training Tips
March 12, 2024

Training Tip: Draft Mare Is Not Flexing Well

Question: I have a 6-year-old draft mare that was broke by being used to pack and never learned the basics. I have been working with her, but she constantly fights me on flexing and getting soft. Do you have any small pointers that may help me loosen her up and get her to respond better […]

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